Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain battle it out for a place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, with the Germans holding a qualification advantage after winning the first leg 1-0 away from home and the visitors only needing a win to hope for qualification.
Bayern Munich will be looking to take advantage of their advantage in scoring and tradition after the victory over Paris in the first leg, as they count 11 wins in 17 meetings at home against the French. Out of the plans, the suspended Pavar will probably be replaced by Stanisic.
Paris Saint Germain
After the defeat to Bayern Munich at home, came the news of the injury of Neymar who will miss the rest of the season. Thus, in a crucial game the Parisians will be deprived of the services of one of the most important players of the team. Instead, Hakimi is counted as normal for today's match. However, Paris only wants to win, as a 1-0 defeat at home leaves them with no room for improvement.
In four of their last five matches, Bayern have won, while they have lost one
PARI SAINT GERMAN
In three of the last five matches, Paris have won, however, they also have two defeats.
· In their last five matches in the Champions League, Paris Saint-Germain have two wins, two draws and one loss
· In Bayern Munich's last five home matches at home in the Champions League, the goals in their favor are 17-2
· Both teams have scored in four of Paris Saint-Germain's last five Champions League meetings
Bayern Munich: 4-2-3-1: Sommer-Stanisic, De Ligt, Upamecano, Davies-Kimich, Goretzka-Musiala, Miller, Coman-Csupo Moting
Paris Saint-Germain: 4-4-2: Donnarumma-Hakimi, Sergio Ramos, Marquinhos, Mendes-Jair Emery, Fabian Ruiz, Verratti, Soler-Messi, Mbappe